After I heard the remasterd Version from 2004, I decided to give this nice piece a new try, even after there is a version from another person.... I tried hard to prevent gargling and aliasing effects, which are easy coming with massive noise removal, but also added very little reverberation and dynamics enhancement. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Music, Cabaret, Dance Hall, Easy Listening, Jazz, Oldies, 78rpm, Lounge Source: Mp3 from archive.org
LibriVox recording of Lancashire by Francis Archibald Bruton. Read by Phil Benson. The county of Lancashire in the north-west of England is best known as the engine room of the nineteenth-century Industrial Revolution. Steering clear of the industrial districts, F. A. Bruton takes the reader on an engaging tour of the county's beauty spots and lesser known landscapes. Taking the view that the charm of a district is nothing without its historical associations, Bruton packs his account with... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, non-fiction, travel guide, history Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68. Leopold Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra. Recorded April 25, 26, and 27, 1927 in the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. This famous recording, issued as Victor M-15, remained in the Victor catalog, selling well year after year, until the 1936 recording of the work issued on M-301. The symphony is in four movements, marked as follows: (1) Un poco sostenuto â Allegro â Meno allegro, (2) Andante sostenuto, (3) Un poco allegretto e... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Brahms, Symphony, Stokowski, Philadelphia, Orchestra
Cover Girl stars Rita Hayworth, supported by Gene Kelly and Phil Silvers in Cover Girl, Kelly has some spectacular dance routines with and without Miss Hayworth, although Miss Hayworth could certainly dance, she looks fabulous in every scene she is in. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Cover Girl, Tonight And Every Night, Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers, Columbia, 1944, 1945.
One of the most unique and uniquely odd film I have seen. Considering when and where it was made, the production values are almost unbelievably high. It seems to have been made in occupied France, with the clear intent to blame the Freemasons as dupes and/or masterminds in engineering the outbreak of war. While proving the premise seems like it would be an uphill battle, the film demonstrates great care in citing historical events within France to back this up. Citing Freemason infiltration... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Occult Forces, 1943, National Socialist, Freemasonry, Film, NWO, Nazi, propaganda, infiltration,...
This is the pilot that was made to get "local" televsion personality Lawrence Welk picked up as a network series. One of the most "square" things you'll ever see, but that's part of the charm.... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: The Lawrence Welk Show, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, TV, Television, Music, Polka, Classic TV, Television